From energy independence to lowering your utility bill to protecting the planet, there are countless reasons to go solar.
Are you concerned about your high electricity bills? Or the state of Mother Earth? Well, your days are about to get a lot brighter, because solar power is the solution. You have a choice when it comes to your power source. When you choose to go solar and plug your home into the sun, it will fill you with pride and joy for decades to come.
Make a difference in your wallet. Make a difference for the planet. Now is the perfect time.
Are you tired of your high electricity bill? When you switch to solar, your monthly electricity bills will be less than what you are currently paying to your utility. The power you generate is cheaper than utility pricing, so you will save money for every unit of electricity you produce.
Take back control of your electricity bill! When you produce your own power from your own rooftop panels, you consume less electricity from the grid. Having a consistent source of power on your own roof is a reliable way to insulate you from pricing and supply volatility from other sources.
Going solar increases the value of your home because it provides value to anyone who owns your home in the future. Who doesn’t want lower energy bills? According to the Appraisal Institute, the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers, “Solar electric systems positively impact home values.”
Approximately 67% of electricity in the U.S. is generated by burning fossil fuels, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration. Reducing the electricity we draw from the grid means reducing carbon emissions—in fact, SEIA reports that solar energy has offset 37 million metric tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to planting 956 million trees!
You need to keep your lights on and appliances running. This means sending payments to your power company, month after month. If you delay going solar, you often end up paying more.
Now is the perfect time to begin your solar investment and lock in lower rates for decades to come. Why?
Rates vary from state to state, but grid electricity prices keep trending upward. There may be occasional dips here and there, but you are general continuing to paying more for power. And you can expect to pay even higher prices in the months and years to come.
The Solar Investment Tax Credit is a 30% tax credit to lower the cost of going solar. Think of it as a gift card from Uncle Sam. Why pay full price for your solar installation? Act now and you could save thousands upfront on the cost of your solar system!